Hideo Kojima’s SNATCHER Being re-made for the Dreamcast

Taking on such a project are the people at Collectorvision who are known for making and publishing homebrew games for consoles such as: Atari2600, Intellivision, Colecovision and TI-99A. While there are not much news on the project yet this will surely get a lot of people head over heels in anticipation. The plansĀ  so far are for enhanced graphics and a remix soundtrack on the glorious system that is the Dreamcast (finally something more than just another shoot’em up). Don’t expect this game anytime soon, as it takes a lot of work but head over and show some support.

Here is WIP of the graphics from Collectorvisions Facebook


SNATCHER was written and directed by Hideo Kojima. It was developed and published by Konami. Originally released in Japan for the NEC PC-8801 and MSX2 in 1988, it was remade for the PC-Engine in 1992 and ported to the PlayStation and Sega Saturn in 1996. A Sega CD version was also produced specifically for English localization in North America, which was also released in the PAL region for European counterpart, the Mega CD.

via wikia

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